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The Eyes of God Camera Initiative Installs Cameras at a Second Church

(Miami, FL October 18, 2016) - On Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Terry Wright and Young Funeral Home along with City of Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez and Katherine Fernandez-Rundel, Miami-Dade County State Attorney will install cameras at a second church under THE EYES OF GOD - Camera Initiative. This initiative stemmed from the event held on Father's Day - June 19, 2016 "Don't Take My Life, Let Me Live" posed by a catalyst for pastors, community activists, law enforcement, elected officials, and business owners to unite as a reverberating, resounding organization with an unyielding and uncompromising commitment to take action against this epidemic of gun violence and other corruptions of hate and injustice.

THE EYES OF GOD initiative will unite communities of all mankind as we urgently respond to echoes of tears bellowing from the souls of powerless survivors, constructing a foundation so resilient and so irrepressible, publicly declaring and decreeing...WE SHALL LIVE AND NOT DIE!

The new cameras will be unveiled in front of Israel Bethel Primitive Missionary Baptist Church located at 160 NW 18th St, Miami, FL 33136 joined by community leaders and community activists.
 

WHAT: "The Eyes of God" Camera Initiative

WHEN: Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Greater Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist Church
160 N.W. 18th Street
Miami, FL 33136


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